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Hibiscus Margarita

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The Hibiscus Margarita is a vibrant and refreshing twist on the classic margarita, blending the bold flavors of tequila, triple sec, and lime juice with the floral and slightly tart notes of hibiscus syrup. Topped with a splash of ginger beer, this cocktail offers a delightful balance of sweetness, acidity, and spice, making it a perfect choice for those looking to elevate their margarita experience with a unique and colorful drink.

Tasting Notes

Upon the first sip, the Hibiscus Margarita greets the palate with the smooth and robust taste of tequila, balanced perfectly by the citrusy tang of lime juice. The addition of triple sec enhances the drink’s complexity, providing a sweet and slightly bitter undertone. As the flavors develop, the hibiscus syrup introduces a floral and fruity element, adding a layer of sophistication and a subtle tartness that complements the lime beautifully.

The final touch of ginger beer elevates the cocktail with a refreshing effervescence and a hint of spice, creating a lively and invigorating finish. The interplay of floral, citrus, and spicy notes makes each sip a delightful journey, leaving a lasting impression of balanced flavors that are both exotic and familiar.

Tips & Tricks

Blend all the ingredients with ice to create a frozen version of the Hibiscus Margarita, perfect for hot summer days and adding a refreshing texture to the drink.

Muddle a few slices of fresh ginger in the shaker before mixing to intensify the ginger notes and add a spicy kick.

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Hibiscus Margarita

Hibiscus Margarita


  • 1.5 oz tequila
  • 0.75 oz triple sec
  • 1 oz lime juice
  • 0.75 oz hibiscus syrup
  • Ginger beer to top


  1. In a shaker add ice, tequila, triple sec, lime juice, syrup.
  2. Shake very well to chill and combine.
  3. Strain into glass over fresh ice.
  4. Top with ginger beer, stir to combine, and serve.

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